[-empyre-] start of july......directions

Raymon Montalbetti ifsphere at gmail.com
Fri Jul 18 05:01:29 EST 2008

if wrote

On Jul 17, 2008, at 1:51 AM, sdv at krokodile.co.uk wrote:

> mez breeze wrote:
>> On Thu, Jul 17, 2008 at 12:02 AM, Angela Ferraiolo  
>> <aferraiolo at gmail.com> wrote:
>> 1. With the brakes chewed, their front axel pops over the  
>> planters. And with a spooling swerve they crash their van past the  
>> front porch into a mud thatched oak. (JN)
>> 2. "Now its your turn," Whistler laughs. "I think she's good for  
>> one more." The way his left eye bulged still bothers Denim, but he  
>> knows better than to say anything, especially when Whistler is in  
>> this kind of mood. (AK)
>> 3. But they were car poor. Such high tops, as in shoes. Not  
>> Whistler's shoes as he is shoe rich. Jeans as names and the birds,  
>> those moody fear mongers, can lift the trees, such bark heavy  
>> alarms. (JN)
>> 4. the van's headlights screened by the mud from the oak their
>> electric light washing over the walk the porch the house itself unlit
>> empty the street almost stubbornly dark the moon divided the stars
>> fracturing in the now cracked glass of the van's windshield their
>> reflection faintly lighting shards of glass splinters of the front
>> porch the cracked pottery of the ruined planters suburbia's uniform
>> order cancelled now like a series of bad checks until finally the
>> headlights went out too a door down the street opening and then
>> slamming not followed by footsteps but only by a more complete  
>> silence
>> the night pushing on Whistler beginning to perceive the low rush of
>> air entering and leaving his lungs the silhouette of Denim's face a
>> distant curve that slid lower as Whistler strained to lift his  
>> head by
>> degrees by inches forward skyward up causing the moon to scatter
>> deliriously across the crazed glass stretching dilating revolving and
>> then inverting again as incapable Whistler fell back staring into
>> shadow unable to quit listening to the now flat growing unbearable
>> silence of the night where he could sense an approach of some kind of
>> outcome indifferent unnameable yet as certain as dawn and he thought
>> (af)
>> 5...his  synth_suit. all p[l]ocked.mar[c]ked + r[l]e[i]s[ure]in  
>> bound. no crash was programmed  4 this session!?

>     6. He took off the suit, and was about to write a quick  
> complaint  to the project manager, when he changed his mind and  
> phoned her instead.
>        "Hello S ? We need a team meeting. ...I've just exited from  
> World(3)... ...The violence bug is no better but it's still not  
> ready for user testing.  Unless the
>         violence is turned down we will never be able to present   
> World(3) as a replacement for focus groups and polling surveys  
> which is the supposed
>         purpose...11Am.." And wondered when and if world(3) would  
> ever be ready for the clients.  (s)

         7. ' i want 2 b emptee '
               sd S
              'emptee of vishyuns n 10shyuns
               n memoreez uv dreems 4 a whil
               so hunee what do u want from me
               tho we r alredee heer wer gonne put a trackr on u
               feel the ekstasee as it cums 4 u ... '   (if)

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